Comprehensive Energy Data Intelligence

Information About Energy Companies, Their Assets, Market Deals, Industry Documents and More...


U.S. crude oil refining capacity experienced a notable boost this year, climbing 1.5% to reach 18.38 million barrels per day. The recent expansion includes Exxon Mobil's Beaumont, Texas, refinery, which underwent a significant increase of approximately 250,000 barrels per day.

As of the start of 2023, there were 124 active oil refineries nationwide. After a two-year downturn due to decreased demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. refining capacity saw a significant rebound. In 2023 alone, capacity surged by over 100,000 barrels per day to reach 18.1 million, although this still trails the peak of 18.98 million barrels per day seen in 2019.

The uplift in capacity can be credited to expansions at key facilities like those operated by Marathon Petroleum Corp and Citgo Petroleum. Notably, the expansion at ExxonMobil's Beaumont facility was the largest seen in a U.S. refinery in more than a decade. Marathon Petroleum Corp remains the largest U.S. refiner, significantly aided by other major players like Valero Energy Corp and Motiva Enterprises. The industry is also increasingly pivoting towards renewable energy sources.

Valero Energy Corp stands out as the second-largest U.S. refiner, with its refining capacity making up about 12% of the national total at 2.21 million barrels per day. 

In 2019, the U.S. crude oil refining industry reached a historic peak, with distillation capacities hitting an unprecedented 19 million barrels per day (bpd), according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA). This marked a growth of 0.2 million bpd or a 0.9% increase from the prior record of 18.8 million bpd established the previous year.

The landscape of U.S. refineries in 2019 included 135 operable facilities, with the Gulf Coast hosting around half of the country's total refining capacity. Interestingly, the dependency on imported crude oil in this region significantly decreased to 28% of total crude inputs in 2019, down sharply from 69% in 2010.

Additionally, the Gulf Coast experienced an early start to its refinery maintenance schedule, which had a substantial impact on operations. Notably, maintenance shutdowns affected significant players like the Motiva Port Arthur and Marathon Galveston Bay refineries. These two facilities alone represent about 7% of the total U.S. refining capacity, translating to more than one million barrels per day of processing capacity. Refinery maintenance, while disruptive, is a routine and seasonal activity, typically reaching its peak between late February and March.

Lake Charles Refinery (CITGO)


  • Crude Oil Refining Capacity: 463,000 barrels per day 
  • Geographic Size: 2,000 acres
  • Ship Channel Docks: 4
  • Waste Water Treatment Plants: 1
  • Average Gasoline Production Capacity: 209,500 barrels per day


The Lake Charles Refinery, ranked as the seventh-largest in the United States, is known for its exemplary safety standards, setting it apart as one of the safest facilities in the refining industry.

In the first quarter of 2024, the refinery processed a total throughput of 830,000 barrels per day, with crude runs accounting for 769,000 bpd and an average crude utilization rate of 95%. This performance marks an improvement from the first quarter of 2023, where total throughput was slightly lower at 814,000 bpd and crude runs were 772,000 bpd, with an average utilization rate of 96%.

Financially, CITGO's investment in maintaining and enhancing the refinery's capabilities is substantial. In recent expenditures, the company invested $99 million in turnaround and catalyst costs, alongside an additional $101 million in direct capital expenditures. Looking ahead, the projected expenses for turnaround, catalyst, and other capital expenditures in 2024 are estimated to reach around $1.1 billion.

Lemont Refinery (CITGO)


  • Average Crude Capacity: 177,000 barrels per day
  • Geographic Size: 1,100 acres
  • Ship Channel Docks: 1
  • Waste Water Treatment Plants: 1
  • Average Gasoline Production Capacity: 95,200 barrels per day 


The Lemont Refinery in Illinois stands as a key player in the supply chain of transportation fuels, particularly serving the upper Midwest. This refinery has not only achieved a crude capacity utilization rate of 103% but also set a new monthly record for jet fuel production. Its strategic role extends beyond fuel production; it manufactures several grades of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, and high-quality hydrocarbon solvents.

Wood River Refinery (Phillips 66) 


  • Phillips 66 Ownership: 50% of listed capacities
  • Gasolines Production: 176,000 barrels per day 
  • Distillates Production: 140,000 barrels per day 
  • Crude Throughput: 346,000 barrels per day 
  • Total Throughput: 360,000 barrels per day 


The Wood River Refinery is strategically situated in Roxana, Illinois, approximately 15 miles northeast of St. Louis, Missouri, at the meeting point of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. This refinery boasts a comprehensive suite of processing units including crude distilling, naphtha reforming, fluid catalytic cracking, alkylation, hydrocracking, hydrodesulfurization, and delayed coking units.

Primarily focused on producing a high percentage of transportation fuels, the Wood River Refinery also manufactures petrochemical feedstocks, asphalt, and fuel-grade petroleum coke. The refined petroleum products from this facility are distributed across the Midcontinent region using a diverse network of transportation modes, including pipeline, railcar, barge, and truck.

Rodeo San Francisco Refinery (Phillips 66)


  • Gasolines Production: 60,000 barrels per day 
  • Distillates Production: 65,000 barrels per day 
  • Crude Throughput: 120,000 barrels per day 
  • Total Throughput: 140,000 barrels per day 


The San Francisco Refinery operates two major facilities interconnected by pipelines: the Santa Maria facility in Arroyo Grande, 200 miles south of San Francisco, and the Rodeo facility in the San Francisco Bay Area. The intermediate products from Santa Maria are transported to Rodeo for final upgrading into finished petroleum products, such as CARB-grade gasoline and fuel-grade petroleum coke, which are primarily distributed within California via pipeline and barge. Additionally, some products are exported to Latin America via waterborne cargo.

The refinery is actively transitioning towards renewable fuels production. The Rodeo facility is set to significantly ramp up its output, aiming for over 800 million gallons per year (50,000 BPD) of renewable fuels by the end of the second quarter of 2024. This includes a substantial increase in renewable diesel production, which achieved full rates of 8,000 BPD in July 2021 through the hydrotreater feedstock flexibility project. The Rodeo Renewed refinery conversion project, is expected to be operational in Q2 2024.

Los Angeles Refinery (Marathon Petroleum Corporation)


  • Refining capacity: 365,000 barrels per day


An integral part of the refinery is its Watson cogeneration plant, which has a capacity of 400 megawatts, making it the largest cogeneration facility in California.

Located in Los Angeles County near the bustling Los Angeles Harbor, the Los Angeles refinery stands as the largest on the West Coast. It boasts a substantial crude oil processing capacity of 365,000 barrels per calendar day. This facility is a key player in the production of clean fuels, processing a diverse array of crude oils sourced from California’s San Joaquin Valley and Los Angeles Basin, as well as from remote locations like the Alaska North Slope, South America, West Africa, and other international regions.

The refinery specializes in producing cleaner-burning fuels compliant with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards, including CARB gasoline and diesel. It also produces conventional gasoline, various distillates, natural gas liquids, petrochemicals, heavy fuel oil, and propane. 

Borger Refinery (Phillips 66)


  • Phillips 66 Ownership: 50% of listed capacities
  • Gasolines Production: 100,000 barrels per day 
  • Distillates Production: 70,000 barrels per day 
  • Crude Throughput: 149,000 barrels per day 
  • Total Throughput: 184,000 barrels per day 


Location and Operations: The Borger Refinery is strategically located in Borger, Texas, in the Texas Panhandle, about 50 miles north of Amarillo. This refinery is equipped with sophisticated processing units including crude distillation, naphtha reforming, fluid catalytic cracking, alkylation, hydrodesulfurization, and delayed coking units. The refined products from the Borger Refinery are primarily distributed to markets in West Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and the Midcontinent region.

TOP Operators of US Refineries 

Saudi Aramco, Texas


It is the largest refinery in the US. 

The Motiva refinery in Port Arthur, Texas holds the title of North America’s largest oil refinery. Over the years, the refinery underwent various ownership changes, including a significant phase as a joint venture between Shell and Saudi Aramco, until Saudi Aramco took complete ownership in 2017. In 2012, the refinery underwent a landmark expansion, boosting its capacity to over 600,000 barrels per day. Today, the Motiva refinery is versatile in its operations, processing various types of crude to supply a wide spectrum of fuels and oils across the United States.

ExxonMobil Corp

ExxonMobil, after a significant $2 billion expansion in spring 2023, stands as the third-largest oil producer in the U.S., with a capacity reaching nearly 1.95 million barrels per day. This expansion notably increased the processing capacity of its Beaumont refinery to 609,000 bpd.


Located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery ranks as the fifth-largest in the U.S. and thirteenth globally. This facility processes over 520,000 barrels daily, a capacity it has maintained since 2020. The refinery complex covers nine plants along the east bank of the Mississippi River and employs approximately 6,300 workers, including 4,000 direct hires. Notably, the refinery's tank farm capacity matches its processing rate, making it a vital component of ExxonMobil’s extensive operations.


The Baytown Refinery, situated in Baytown, Texas, is a key facility owned by ExxonMobil. Established in 1919 by the Humble Oil Company, it has a daily capacity of 564,540 barrels, making it one of the largest refineries in the United States. Spanning 2,400 acres alongside the Houston Ship Channel, the refinery stands as Baytown's largest employer.

Marathon Petroleum Corp

Marathon Petroleum Corp retains its status as the largest refiner in the United States, with the capacity to process up to 2.95 million barrels per day. This accounts for 16% of the country's total refining capacity across its 13 U.S. plants.


The Galveston Bay Refinery also recognized as Marathon Texas City Refinery is situated within the Texas City Industrial Complex on Galveston Bay. It boasts a capacity of 593,000 barrels per day, making it one of the largest refineries in both Texas and the United States. Originally ranked as the eighth-largest globally by 2018, it merged with Marathon’s other Texas City refinery in 2018. Despite its capabilities, in 2021, it was identified as the top emitter of benzene, a known carcinogen, in the U.S., raising significant environmental concerns.


Owned by Marathon Petroleum Corporation, the Garyville Refinery is the second-largest oil refinery in America, with a processing capacity of 596,000 barrels per day. Located in Garyville, Louisiana, this refinery covers 3,500 acres along the Mississippi River and was notably expanded in 2009 through the $3.9 billion Garyville Major Expansion Project. Its operations are extensive, involving crude distillation, hydrocracking, catalytic cracking, and more, focusing primarily on refining heavy sour crude into gasoline, diesel, and other products.

Chevron Corp


Pascagoula Refinery, located in Mississippi, has a capacity of 356,440 barrels per day. It is primarily engaged in the production of motor gasoline and fuel oils, including Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). The refinery also produces specialty products such as benzene, ethylbenzene, propylene, and premium base oils. The refining processes at Pascagoula involve separation, treatment to remove impurities, and cracking to produce various transportation fuels.




The Whiting Refinery is strategically located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. It extends across Whiting, Indiana, and into parts of Hammond and East Chicago. With a crude oil processing capacity of 435,000 barrels per day, it ranks as the seventh-largest refinery in the United States. 

TOP US Oil Refineries 

Total Number in the US: 86

Refinery Name


Capacity (bcd)

Thermal Cracking



Port Arthur Refinery

Motiva Enterprises, LLC





Galveston Bay Refinery

Marathon Petroleum Corporation





Garyville Refinery

Marathon Petroleum Corporation




St. John the Baptist

Baytown Refinery

ExxonMobil Refining & Supply Company





Baton Rouge Refinery

ExxonMobil Refining & Supply Company




East Baton Rouge

Whiting Refinery

BP Products North America, Inc.





Lake Charles Refinery

Citgo Petroleum Corporation





Beaumont Refinery

ExxonMobil Refining & Supply Company





LA (formerly Carson)

Tesoro Refining & Marketing Company




Los Angeles

Pascagoula Refinery

Chevron USA, Inc.





Houston Refinery

Valero Refining - Texas, LP





Ardmore Refinery

Valero Refining - Oklahoma





Saint Charles Refinery

Valero Refining - New Orleans, LLC




St. Charles Parish

Meraux Refinery

Valero Refining - Meraux, LLC




St. Bernard Parish

Benicia Refinery

Valero Refining - California





Warren Refinery

United Refining Company





Wilmington Refinery

Ultramar, Inc.




Los Angeles

Tacoma Refinery

US Oil & Refining Company





Wilmington Asphalt Plant

Valero Refining - California




Los Angeles

Benicia Asphalt

Valero Energy Corporation





Source: Rextag

Oil Refineries - Owner by Capacity


Capacity (bcd)

Marathon Petroleum Corporation


Valero Energy Corporation


ExxonMobil Corporation


Phillips 66


Chevron Corporation


PBF Energy, Inc.


HF Sinclair Corporation


PDV America, Inc.


BP plc


Koch Industries, Inc.


Saudi Aramco


Shell Midstream Partners, LP (Shell plc)


Phillips 66 (50)/Cenovus Energy, Inc. (50)


Delek US Holdings, Inc.


Cenovus Energy, Inc.


Hilco Redevelopment Partners


Sunoco, Inc.


Petroleos Mexicanos


Access Industries, Inc.


Southern Rock Energy Partners, LLC


Source: Rextag


In 2023, the operable atmospheric crude oil distillation capacity in the United States, the primary metric for measuring refinery capacity, saw an increase of 2%, or 324,000 barrels per day. 

The reported 2% growth in 2023 marks the second consecutive year of capacity expansion in the U.S. refining sector. However, despite this growth, the total capacity of 18.4 million barrels per day at the start of 2024 was within the record high of 19.0 million barrels per day set on January 1, 2020.

A significant portion of the 2023 capacity increase was due to the expansion of ExxonMobil’s Beaumont refinery in Texas, which underwent a 240,000 barrels per day expansion project. This development raised the refinery’s total capacity to 609,000 barrels per day to the national capacity increase.

If you are looking for more information about energy companies, their assets, and energy deals, please, contact our sales office, Tel. 619-349-4970 or SCHEDULE A DEMO to learn how Rextag can help you leverage energy data for your business.


Blockchain as a technology for smart contracts in O&G


The oil and gas industry has long relied on the recommendations of trusted experts to make key supply chain decisions. The growing popularity of Blockchain technology could significantly disrupt these relationships by providing an unbiased methodology for sourcing, tracking, and executing transactions on behalf of customers with transparent data sets across supply chain endpoints. Blockchain technology has already been used by many global companies in the last two years in various areas such as IoT (Internet of Things), smart contracts, and cryptocurrencies. It has enabled businesses to benefit from the inherent trust and transparency of the technology.

How Exxon and Chevron Are Building Larger Oil Reserves


As of the end of 2023, Exxon reported holding $31.54 billion in cash, with Chevron's reserves at $8.18 billion.


Recently, the progress toward an energy transition is hitting a snag. Sales of electric vehicles are decelerating, and the growth in wind and solar power needs to be keeping pace with expectations. To make matters more challenging, electricity prices are climbing when they were expected to fall. Amidst these setbacks, the oil and gas sectors are proving resilient. According to BP's latest energy outlook, not only are these energy mainstays here to stay, but their demand is expected to remain relatively high even after reaching a peak. Interestingly, BP forecasts that oil demand will reach its zenith next year, marking a critical moment in energy consumption trends. This isn't the first time BP has projected a peak in oil demand. Back in 2019, their review anticipated a decline in demand growth, but the prediction fell flat. Instead, oil demand surged to unprecedented levels following the end of the global pandemic lockdowns, defying previous forecasts and underscoring the enduring dominance of traditional energy sources in the global market.


Texas energy companies are picking up the pieces after Hurricane Beryl, an early Category 5 hurricane, hit the U.S. Gulf Coast earlier this week. However, it weakened to Category 1 by the time it made landfall in Texas. The hurricane brought heavy rainfall and sparked fears of storm surges, flooding, and tornadoes. As Hurricane Beryl neared, the natural gas supply to Freeport LNG’s export facility in Texas nearly stopped the day before the storm struck. Houston was particularly hard-hit, with the storm knocking out power for two million residents. CenterPoint Energy, a key power provider in the area, felt the brunt of the hurricane but aimed to have power restored to half the affected customers by the following day.


The total number of drilling rigs actively exploring and producing oil and natural gas in the United States increased to 585 for the week ending July 5, up from 581 the previous week. Despite this recent uptick, the current count still falls short of last year's 680, indicating a slowdown in drilling activities. Analysts suggest that this reduction may reflect greater efficiency among shale producers, who now require fewer rigs. Nonetheless, concerns remain about whether some producers have enough viable drilling land

2022 oil production 2023 2024 3D Earth Science Analytics 3D Modeling Continental Resources 3D modeling 3D modeling CGG 3D modeling ESA 3D visualization 3D visualization CGG A&D A&D deals A&D sector A&Ds in the Gulf of Mexico AAII ANR Pipelines Abraxas Petroleum Acquisition Acquisitions Admiral Permian Resources Advance Energy Advance Energy Partners Holdings LLC Aera Energy Aethon Energy Africa Alaska Pipeline System Alberta Alberta pipeline Algeria Align Midstream LLC Alliance Pipeline AltaGas Altamont Energy Alternative Fuels Ameredev II Anadarko Anadarko Basin Analysis Analytics And Rockcliff Energy Andrews Antero Midstream Antero Midstream Corp. Antero Resources Antitrust Apache Corporation Appalachia Appalachia to Market and Middlesex Extension project Appalachian Appalachian Basin Appalachian basin Aramco ArcLight Capital Partners ArcLight Capital Partners LLC Archaea Energy Inc. Arena Energy LLC Argentina Arrow Midstream Artesia Natural Gas Gathering and Processing System Ascent Resources Asia Asset Holdings Assets Acquisition Assets Revenue Assets Sale Assets Value Athabasca Oil Atlantic Coast Pipeline Australia Autry Stephens Aux Sable Aux Sable Canada Aviation emissions BASF BG Group BHP Billiton BOED BP BP Plc BPX Energy Baker Hughes Bakken Bakken Formation Bakken Shale Bakken shale Bankruptcy Barnett Barnett Shale Bay du Nord Baytex Baytex Energy Berkshire Hathaway Big Horn Biodiesel Bison Midstream Black Bear Transmission Blackstone Energy Partners Blackstone Inc. Blockchain Bloomberg Brazil Brazos Valley Brent BridgeTex Broom Creek Formation Buyout Firms CBAM CCS CDM Resource CGG CNOOC CNOOC International CO2 CO2 reduction COG Operating CVX Cactus II Pipeline Calgary Callon Callon Petroleum Canada Carbon Capture Carbon Footprints Carbon capture and storage Cardinal Midstream Partners Careers in O&G Caribbean map Carl Icahn Carnelian Energy Castleton Commodities Cenovus Cenovus Energy Centennial Resource Centennial Resource Development Centennial Resource Development Inc. Charlson Gathering System Cheniere Energy Cheniere Marketing Chesapeake Chesapeake Energy Chesapeake Energy Corp. Chesapeake Energy Corporation Chevron Chevron Corp. China China Gas Holding LTD. Chord Chord Energy Christmas Cibolo Energy Partners Cimarex Energy Civitas Civitas Resources Clay basin Clean Energy Clearwater Climate Change Coal Codell Colgate Energy Colgate Energy Partners Colgate Energy Partners II LLC Colgate Energy Partners III Colonial Enterprises Colonial Pipeline Colorado Columbia Columbia Gas pipeline Columbia Gulf pipeline Comisión Federal de Electricidad Comprehensive Analysis Comstock Resources Concho Valley Solar Congo ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips Co. Consolidated Edison Contango Resources Continental Continental Resources Continental Resources Inc. Corpus Christi Costa Azul Coterra Energy Coterra Energy Inc. Cove Point Cove Point LNG Cox Operating LLC Credit Suisse Group Crescent Crescent Energy Crescent Point Crescent Point Energy Crescent Point Energy Corp. Crestwood Crestwood Equity Crestwood Equity Partners Crestwood Equity Partners LP Crestwood Midstream Crestwood Permian Basin Holdings LLC Crowheart Energy CrownQuest CrownRock Crude Oil Crude Prices Crude oil D-J Basin DCP DCP Midstream DJ Basin DOJ DUCs on the Rise Dakota Access Pipeline Dallas Data Dawson Debt Restructuration Decarbonization Technology Decarbonized Fuel Delaware Delaware Basin Delaware basin DelawareBasin Denbury Denmark Denver Denver Julesburg Denver-Julesberg Basin Denver-Julesburg Basin Devon Devon Energy Diamondback Diamondback Energy Diamondback Energy Inc. Dimsdale Gas Dividends Dominion Energy Dominion Energy Questar Pipeline Double E Pipeline DoublePoint Energy DowJones Downstream Market Driftwood Energy Operating LLC Driftwood Pipeline LLC Drilling Drilling Inventory Durango Durham Creek Durham Creek Exploration Duvernay Duvernay shale E&P EDF EIA EIEC EIG ENB EOG EOG Resources EP Energy EPA EQT ESG ESG performance ESG score ESGcriteria ESGinvestment ESGstandarts Eagle Ford Eagle Ford M&As Eagle Ford Shale Earth Science Analytics Earthstone Earthstone Energy Earthstone Energy Inc. East Coast East Texas Eastern Energy Gas Ector Eddy County Egypt El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline Elba Liquefaction Emerson Emerson Electric Emission Emissions EnCap EnCap Flatrock EnCap Flatrock Midstream EnCap Investments EnLink Midstream EnVen Energy EnVen Energy Corp. Enable Midstream Enbridge Enbridge Energy Enbridge Inc Enbridge Pipeline Encap Flatrock Midstream Endeavor Endeavor Energy Endeavor Energy Resources Endeavor Gathering Energy Energy Assets Energy Crisis Energy Gas Energy Information Administration Energy Infrastructure Energy Leaders Energy M&A deals 2022 Energy M&As Energy Prices Energy Production Energy Projects Energy Resources Energy Security Energy Transfer Energy Transfer Canada Energy Transfer LP Energy Transport Solutions Energy security Enerplus Ensign Natural Resources Enterprise Enterprise Product Operating LLC Enterprise Products Enterprise Products Partners Environmental Protection Agency Epic Crude Pipeline Equinor Equinor Energy Ireland Equitrans Equitrans Midstream Equitrans Midstream Corp. Equity Investments Ethanol Conversion Europe Evolution Petroleum Exaro Energy III Exok Exploration Export Expro Exxon Exxon Mobil Exxon Mobil Corp. ExxonMobil FTC Fayetteville Shale Federal Trade Commission Financial Times FireBird Energy FireBird Energy LLC Florida Gas Transmission Flowing Gas Forecast Forgan Forge Energy Fort McMurray FortunaResources Franklin Howard G&P GHG GIP GIS GIS NG data GIS U.S. GIS U.S. NG Data GIS U.S. NG data GIS U.S. data Galapagos Gas Gas Extraction Gas Flaring Gas Holdings Gas Processing Plants Gas Production Gas Rates Gas processing Gathering Gathering and Processing Gathering and Transportation Network Gemini Carthage Genesis Energy Genovesa Germany Glencore Glenn Wright Global Emissions Global Infrastructure Partners Goldman Sachs Goodrich Grand Prix NGL Pipeline Gray Oak Pipeline Gray Oak pipeline Grayson Mill Grayson Mill Energy Great River Hydro LLC Great Western Petroleum Greater Green River Green Canyon Green River Basin Greenhouse Gas Emissions Grupo Carso Guangzhou Gas Gulf Coast Gulf Coast Express Gulf Coast Pipeline System Gulf Mexico map Gulf Oil Corporation Gulf Run Pipeline map Gulf map Gulf of Mexico Gulf of Mexico US map Gulf of Mexico depth map Gulf of Mexico map Gulf of Mexico oil rig map 2023 Gulf of Mexico on map Guyana Halliburton Company Hammerhead Hammerhead Energy Harbour Energy Hart Energy HartEnergy Harvest Midstream Haynesville Haynesville Basin Haynesville Shale Heavy crude Henry Energy Henry Resources Hess Hess Corporation Hess Midstream Hibernia Energy Hilcorp Hilcorp Energy Horizontal Well Houston Humble Midstream Hydraulically Stimulated Resources Hydro-Québec Hydrocarbon Exploration Hydrocarbon Reservoirs Hydrogen IEA IKAV IMEO INEOS INEOS Energy IPO Import Inc. India Indonesia Inergy Inergy Midstream Infrastructure Inter Pipeline International Energy Agency Iran Iron Mountain Ironwood Midstream J.P. Morgan JUSTCapital Japan Joint Venture Jonah Field Jordan Cove KAPS KKR KKR&Co. KMI Karnes Trough Kaybob Duvernay Kazakhstan Key Access Pipeline System Key statistics Keyera Corp Keystone XL Pipeline Kimbell Kimbell Royalty Kimbell Royalty Partners Kinder Morgan Kinder Morgan Inc. Kinetik Kingston Midstream Alberta Kirkuk oil Komipo America Kosmos Energy LEG project LM Energy LNG LNG Delivery LNG Demand LNG Terminals LNG delivery LNG exports LNG plant LNG provider LNG-by-rail LP LaBarge Labrador Lake Charles Lake Charles Project Laredo Petroleum Lario Permian Lario Permian LLC Lea County Leasehold Properties Lemont LetterOne Leucrotta Exploration Libya Lime Rock Lime Rock New Energy Lime Rock Partners Lime Rock Resources Line 3 Pipeline Line 3 project Liquefaction Plant Liquefied Natural Gas Liquefied natural gas Liquids and Natural Gas Pipelines Lloyds Banking Lone Star Express Pipeline LongHorn Lotus Midstream Louisiana Louisiana Energy Gateway Lucid Energy Group Lycos Energy M&A M&As MLP MLPs MMP MPLX MPLX LP MVP Magellan Magellan Midstream Magellan Midstream Partners Mainline Pipeline System Mancos Shale Maple Energy Marathon Marathon Oil Marathon Oil Corp. Marathon Oil Corporation Marathon Petroleum Marcellus Marcellus Basin Marcellus Shale Marcellus region Mariner East Project Mariner east expansion Market Acquisition Of Vine Energy Inc. Market Analysis Marten Hills Pipeline Martin Martin County Maryland Mascot Project Matador Matador Resources Matador Resources Co Matagorda Medallion Midstream Services Medallion Pipeline Merge Merger Merit SI Meritage Midstream Mesa Minerals Partners Mesquite Energy Methane Methane Emissions Methane emissions Methane gas Mewbourne Oil Co. Mexico Mexico Pacific MiQ Mica Midcoast Energy LLC Midcontinent Middle East Midland Midland Basin Midland-Petro D.C. Partners LLC MidlandBasin Midstream Midstream M&As Midstream NG gathering pipelines Midwest Mississippi Mobil Oil Momentum Midstream LLC Monopoly Mont Belvieu Montana Montney Montney Shale Moriah Henry Motiva Enterprises Mountain Valley Mountain Valley Pipeline MountainWest Pipeline Mountrail Gathering System Murphy Murphy Oil NEP NG Pipeline Maps NG U.S. midstream data NG data NG data U.S. NG gathering pipeline systems NG pipeline maps NG3 NGL NGL Energy Partners NGL export NGL logistics NGL pipelines NGL production NGLs NGO NGP NLG NOG NRGreen NTX pipeline NZE National Instruments Natural Gas Natural Gas Assets Natural Gas Certification Natural Gas Equivalent Natural Gas Gathering Natural Gas Infrastructure Natural Gas Liquids Infrastructure Natural Gas Prices Natural Gas Production Natural Gas Products Natural gas pipelines Natural gas production Navitas Midstream Net Acres Net-zero Production New Fortress New Jersey New Mexico New Year Newco Newfoundland NextEra NextEra Energy NextEra Energy Partners Niobrara Niobrara Shale Noble Energy Noble Midstream Partners LP Non-Operated Assets North America North Dakota North Texas Barnett North-East Northern Delaware Basin Northern Natural Gas Northern Oil and Gas Northern Oil and Gas Inc. Northwoods Norway NuStar NuStar Energy Nuevo Midstream O&G O&G Production O&G output records O&G production O&G production forecasting OKE OMOG ONEOK ONEOK Bakken OPEC OPEC+ OXY Oasis Midstream Oasis Midstream Partners Oasis Petroleum Oasis Petroleum Inc. Occidental Occidental Petroleum Offshore Ohio Oil Oil & Gas Oil Equivalent Oil Prices Oil Sanctions Oil and Gas Oil and Gas Production Oil and Gas Properties Oil and Gas production Oil and Gas rigs Oil and gas production Oil companies Oil&Gas Oklahoma Omega Acquisition Inc. OneRock OneRock Energy Onshore Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Operated Wells Orphan Basin Oryx Outrigger DJ Outrigger DJ midstream Ovintiv Oxy Oxy Low Carbon OxyChem PAM PBA PCC PDC Energy PDCE PHMSA PPG PRT Offshore Pacific Pad Activity Monitor Paradigm Paradigm Midstream Paradox Basin Paramount Resources Ltd. Parsley Energy Pearl Energy Investments Peavine Pecos Pecos Oil & Gas Pecos Oil & Gas LLC Pecos River processing plant Pembina Pembina Pipeline Pembina Pipeline Corp. Penn Virginia PennEast Pipeline PennEnergy Resources LLC PennTex Midstream Pennsylvania Percussion Petroleum Permian Permian Basin Permian Basin 2022 Permian Deep Rock Oil Co. Permian Producers Permian Resource Corp. Permian Resources Permian Resources Corp. Permian acreage sale Permian basin PermianBasin PermianResources Petro-Hunt Petrochemical Commercial Company Petrochemical production Petroleum Petroleum Production Petroleum Reserve Peyto Peyto Exploration Phillips 66 Piceance Piceance Basin Pickering Energy PickeringEnergy Pine Wave Energy Partners Pinnacle Midstream Pioneer Pioneer Natural Pioneer Natural Resources Pipeline Pipeline Maps Pipeline Performance Group Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration Pipelines Pipelines and Refineries Pipestone Condensate Pipestone Phase Placid Montney Plains Plains All American Plains Pipeline Plato Point Pleasant Pony Express Pipeline Powder River Powder River Basin Powder River basin Power Generation Power Plant Fuel Power River basin Prairie Operating Processing plants Production Production Forecast Propane PureWest Quantum Capital Quantum Energy Partners Quantum Technology QuarterNorth QuarterNorth Energy Questar Pipeline RBC Capital RNG RSG Rangeland Energy Rangeland Midstream Canada Ranger Oil Rattler Midstream Reagan county Red Trail Energy RedBird Capital Partners Reduction of Greenhouse Emissions Reeves Reeves County Regional Energy Access Renewable Renewable Diesel Renewable Energy Group Renewable Natural Gas Renewables Repsol Repsol Canada Research Responsibly Sourced Gas Reuters Rextag Ridgemar Energy Riley Exploration Riley Exploration Permian Inc. RimRock Ring Energy Ring Energy Inc. RiverBasin Riverstone Rockcliff Rockcliff Energy Rockies Rockies Express Pipeline Rocky Mountain Rocky Mountains Rocky mountain Rover pipeline Rudolf Rudolf Red Nose Russia Rystad Energy SAF SEC SHLX SM Energy SPA STX Midstream Sabine Pass LNG LP Safety Administration Saguaro Energía San Andres formation San Juan Basin San Mateo Sanchez Energy SandRidge Santa Santa Clause Santander Saskatchewan Saudi Arabia Saudi Aramco Schlumberger Limited Schneider Digital Scope 1 Scope 2 Sedimentary Basin Select Water Solutions SemGroup Sempra Energy Senate Sendero Midstream Sequestration Shale Shale Field Shale Formation Shale Gas Shale Industry Shale Oil Producer Shareholder Returns Shares Shawcor Shell Shell Midstream Partners Shell New Energies Shell Oil Company Shell PLC Shell Plc. Shell UAS Sierra Grande Silver Hill Energy Partners III SilverBow SilverBow Resources Sinochem Group Skye MS Sour crude South Carlsbad Natural Gas Gathering System South Haynesville Basin South Texas Southcross Energy Southeast Gateway Southeast Supply Enhancement Project Southern Access expansion Southern Lights Pipeline Southern Union Southwest Gas Southwest Gas Holdings Southwestern Energy Southwestern Energy Company Spain Spraberry Formation Sprng Energy Stagecoach Gas Standard Oil of New Jersey Standing Rock Indian Reservation Steel Reef Infrastructure Corp. Sterling DJ Sterling DJ system Stock Market Stonepeak Partners LP Stonepeak Partners. Storage Strategic Petroleum Reserve Strategic Resources Stronghold Energy Sumitomo Summit Midstream Summit Midstream Holdings Summit Midstream Partners Summit Midstream Partners LP Summit’s Lane System Sunoco Sunrise Oil Sands TAPS TC Energy TC Energy Corp. TC PipeLines LP TG East Texas Resources TG Natural Resources TGNR THQ Appalachia TRP Tailwater Capital Takeaway Tallgrass Energy Talos Talos Energy Talos Energy Inc. TalosEnergy Tap Rock Resources Targa Resources Targa Resources Corp. Tenaris Tesoro High Plains Pipeline Tesoro Logistics Texas Texas Eastern Pipeline Texas Gas Transmission Texas Oil Texas Panhandle Texon Oil and Land Company The Appalachian Basin The Denver-Julesburg Basin The Permian Basin The United States Tidewater Midstream Titus Oil & Gas Production LLC Tivoli Tivoli Midstream Tivoli Services Tokyo Gas Tokyo Gas America Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd. TokyoGas TotalEnergies Trace Midstream Trans Mountain pipeline TransCanada Transco Transcontinental pipeline Transport Permit Transportation Infrastructure Trends Tres Palacios Tri-State Water Truist Securities Tug Hill Tug Hill Operating U.S. U.S. Gulf Coast U.S. LNG exports U.S. NG data U.S. NG midstream data U.S. NG upstream U.S. NG upstream data U.S. crude exports U.S. crude oil data U.S. energy U.S. energy M&A U.S. energy data U.S. energy industry U.S. energy maps U.S. hydrogen production U.S. midstream data U.S. refineries U.S. shale gas assets U.S. upstream data UAE UK UPC US US NG US gas US oil USA USA Compression Partners USgas USoil Uinta Uinta Basin Uintah Basin Ukraine Unit Corporation Unit Petroleum Company United States Upstream Upstream M&As Upstream companies Upton county Utah Utica Basin Utica Shale Utilization Van Hook Gathering System Vencer Energy Venezuela Vermilion Energy Vermont Business Magazine HQI US Holding LLC Viking Viper Energy Viper Energy Partners Vista Pacifico Vital Energy Vital Energy Inc. Vitol WCS WPX Energy WTI Waha Hub Wamsutter Field War Warburg Pincus Ward Warren Buffett Water Management Water management Wattenberg Webinar Webster Pipeline Well maps Wells West Texas Western Canada Select Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin Western Midstream Western Midstream Partners White House WhiteHawk WhiteHawk Energy Whiting Whiting Petroleum Wholesale WildFire Energy I LLC William Companies Williams Williams Companies Williston Williston Basin Willston basin Wind River Wintershall Dea Wolfcamp Formation Wood River Woodford Woodford Express Woodland Midstream II Wyatt Resources Wyoming XCL Resources XTO Energy XcL Midstream Zacks Consensus Zephyr Energy Zhejiang Energy Acquisition Acquisitions Acreage Acreage maps Acreage sale Acreage sales Acreage valuation Acres Analytics And Phillips 66 Partners And Rockcliff Energy Asset renewal Asset sale Assets Assets merger Atural gas gathering Aviation Aviation fuel Barrel Barrels Bbl Biodiesel Bioenergy Bioethanol Biofuels Boe Carbon capture and storage Carbon capture storage (CCS) Carbon emissions Carbon footprint Carbon-free Cash Coating Crude Crude export terminals Crude exports to Europe Crude oil Crude oil and natural gas output Crude oil delivery Crude oil production Crude oil refineries Deal Decarbonization Divestitures Divestment Drilling activity Drilling permits Drilling rigs Dry gas Ecology Efficiency Electrification Electrofuels Emission reduction Emissions Emissions reduction Energy Energy M&A Energy acquisitions Energy deals Energy infrastructure Energy maps Energy market Energy provider Energy services Energy supplies Energy transfer Environment Expansion Exploration Exploration & production Financial results Flaring gas Forecast Fuel Fuel transportation Gas Gas prices Gas projects Gas rig Gasoline Gathering systems Geologic CO2 storage Geothermal power Global energy system Green energy Greenhouse gas Greenhouse-gas emissions Growth Horizontal drilling Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) technology Hydrogen pipeline maps Industry Interactive maps of oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico Investment Joint ventures Laws Liquefied natural gas Liquified natural gas Low emissions Low-carbon fuel Management Map of Caribbean Map of pipelines Master limited partnership Merger Merger and acquisition Mergers Midstream Midstream footprint Midstream infrastructure Mineral Natural gas Natural gas gathering and processing Natural gas maps Natural gas pipelines Natural gas producer Natural gas production News Offshore Offshore oil and gas Oil Oil & gas Oil and energy Oil and natural gas assets Oil demand Oil market Oil output Oil prices Oil producers Oil rigs Oil supply Onshore Partnership Petroleum Petroleum infrastructure Pipeline Pipeline maps Pipelines Power Processing plants Produced water Production Rating Rebranding Refinery Renewable energy Renewable energy sources Renewable natural gas Renewables Report Rigs Sanctions Shale Simulation Smart contract Smart contracts Software Solar energy Standards Stock Storage Subsurface CO2 sequestration Subsurface characterization Surface Sustainability The Gulf map The James Lake System The Permian Basin Transaction Transactions Undrilled locations Upstream Upstream production Water management Well Well maps Well redevelopment Wells Wet gas Wind energy